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Thursday, August 1, 2013

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3 Must See Sites in Palawan Philippines

Gay Aida Dumaguing - Thursday, August 01, 2013
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Palawan Philippines

The Province of Palawan Philippines is an island province located in the tropical regions of the Philippines. It’s sometimes called the “Hawaii of the Philippines” thanks to its reputation as the getaway destination of the country. A low density province, tourists can come to Palawan Philippines and enjoy the beach and the sun. If you’re looking for the top things to check out, look below.

Take A Trip To Africa At The Calauit Game Preserve And Wildlife Sanctuary

The Calauit Game Preserve and Wildlife Sanctuary is a wonderful preserve in Palawan. There you can find exotic African animals and a range of animals endangered to the Philippines. Animal enthusiasts will love to spend a day with the creatures and see a sight not often found in southeast Asia. The preserve was created by a former president who decided to help the African nation of Kenya with its dwindling animal populations.

Swim With Beauty In The Coron Reefs Of Coron Bay

If diving is your thing, then you must go to the Coron Reefs, which is listed as one of the top 10 scuba sites in the world. Japanese World War II ships serve as the launch point for many adventures, which takes you through seven lakes surrounded by wonderful limestone cliffs. You can see the whole of the ocean from down there.

Conserve Your Time At El Nido Marine Reserve Park

This park is dedicated to the conservation of the local Philippine ecology, from the rocks beneath to the birds above. As you  can imagine, the marine life is included too. Tourists are welcome to see the beauty of the marine life while also drinking in the beautiful surroundings.

Palawan Philippines is one of the most popular sites in the country, unsurprisingly. Whether you’re staying forever or just a short while, you are sure to find something to never forget here.
Gay Aida Dumaguing

Written by Gay Aida Dumaguing

A 28 years old Filipina traveler and food lover from Cebu Philippines who also works part time as a SEO specialist, Social Media Manager, and Ambassador.

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